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at the washington monument without their guns but at a national park in virginia participants had their guns locked and loaded. here's peggy fox with more. >> i'm sure a lot of our words today will be twisted and slanted. >> reporter: right at the start a speaker barbed the media even though there was more media than gun rights advocates who were making history to legally carrying guns in a national park. >> people exercising their second amendment right because if we don't, it will be taken woman. >> reporter: they rallied at graphically point next to national airport and across from the nation's capital little gun laws are far more strict than in virginia. even though it's legal to carry a fully loaded weapon, the organizers agreed to have the people stab their guns to their back unloaded. but the handguns were loaded. it's a sight that angered protesters. >> to do this on the anniversary of the oklahoma city bombings is disgraceful. >> the idea that they want to intimidate us. this is a man who encouraged people through bricks of windows. >> reporter: she's referring to mike vander bo who advoc
in on the capital beltway until virginia. lots of traffic heading up this way. we have a report of an accident on the inner loop at braddic. that's going to cause delays for folks. on the outer loop looking good. 20 minutes will take you down to 395. a quick check of your commute. back to you. >>> it's official. toyota say it's will pay a penalty but the company is not admitting gilt. the government said they will pay a fine for failing to alert authorities >> it makes a lot of sense sense for their legal position but i think that we all know behind that is okay, we did something wrong and here's our way of trying to make up for it with the united states government. >> toyota's troubles continue to mount. the car company has announced a voluntarily recall of one of its luxury models. the 2010 lexus good 20. they discovered a rollover problem and announced those results last week as well. toyota says a software update should fix the problem. >>> the head of the senate banking committee says reforms in the financial industry are needed to keep firms that are too big to fail from doing damage i
arms. in virginia several dozen people armed with weapons will hold a protest march at bradley point. the group says it intends to be the first to hold a gun demonstration at a national parks. >>> nearly 80% of people polled say they don't trust washington to solve the nation's problems. 22% say they can trust the government. nearly half say the government has a negative effect on their daily lives. most participants said washington is too against powerful and interferes too much in state and local matters. >> still ahead, 15 years since one of the deadliest terror attacks on american soil. we will see how oklahoma city is marking the anniversary. >> cutting the congestion on one of our area's busiest highways. if local leaders want to hear from you. >> it's only 44 degrees in roslyn. coming back with a full forecast. coming back with a full forecast. experience new positively nourishing body washes from aveeno, the naturals brand dermatologists trust most. delightfully fragrant, truly moisturizing. that's positively nourishing. only from aveeno. a man can only try... and try. i hear
others. >> a rally for gun rights in virginia and hundreds of people gathered in support of the second moment. dick could not carry weapons at the d.c. rally, the eve virginia -- the virginia rally was different. >> this was billed as the first arm to rally since a lot allowed people to carry guns in all parklands. it was a sight never before seen. all kinds of guns now allowed on national park land in agenda including gravelly point park, right next to reagan national airport. >> it is a 0.45 pistol. the rifle is an m-4. >> we are patriots. we are happy to be here. i believe in firearm safety and responsible gun ownership. >> the restore the constitution rally took aim at big government, in general. >> 15 years ago today, timothy mcveigh was concerned because he did not feel that the government was listening to him so he responded with the oklahoma city bombing. >> i will support and defend the constitution of the united states of america. >> at a larger rally in see, they said today is about patriotism, not terrorism. this family drove from kentucky with their six children. >> i carr
effect on their daily lives. many say that washington is too big and too powerful. >>> virginia is celebrating earth week over the next week. bob macdonald will be at a number of events. he is also moving forward with efforts to conserve another 400,000 acres of open space. he plans to establish virginia as a green jobs the zone. a new plan to restore the river is said to be released later this afternoon. the army corps of engineers has worked for two years on this plan with d.c., maryland, and other local officials. the river restoration will provide economic, social, and environmental benefits. it is one of the nation's most polluted rivers. officials in virginia are asking for your ideas on how to ease congestion on interstate 66. officials are holding a public meeting tonight at the fairfax county government center. vdot is getting ready to launch a rapid bus lines. >>> some good news from the gas pump. aaa says gas prices appear to be holding steady. the average is $2.86 per gallon nationally, to $88 cents per gallon here in this area. still to come on abc 7 news at noon. t
, alexandria, you are not in that frost advisory. and they are well into the beltway on the virginia side as you get more into the rural area and the suburbs, you'll have to watch for temperatures, 32 and below. talk about your wakeup weather in just a few more minutes and what to expect coming up in your full forecast. >> it was a violent day in the district of columbia. three people are wounded tonight after a separate shooting. dc police say that two men were found shot in northwest. near the intersection of north capitol and o street. another man found shot in the 1100 block of north street and northeast washington. and all of the victims are reported to be in fatal condition tonight. investigators say that they have no suspects in custody at this hour. new information about a delaware pediatrician accused of molesting more than 100 patients. hospital visuals are now revealing their investigated a complaint in 1996, that dr. earl bradley touched young female patients inappropriately. a nurse complained to the medical center about the way that bradley obtained urine samples from young
virginia. 18-year-old joshua freeman of front royal, virginia was shot and killed early saturday morning. police say someone fired ten times in to a crowd near the campus just after a party. a second person was shot in the ankle. >>> police are searching for the person responsible for a weekend shooting. two men were shot at north capital and o streets northwest. all of the victims are expected to recover. investigators have no suspects in custody. >>> police are searching for answers in the murder of a beloved educator. 42-year-old brian betts was found inside of his silver spring home on thursday. he was the principal at sean middle school in east washington. they recovered his stolen blue suv in a southeast neighborhood. at this point police aren't saying much about this case. it is rumored a group of teenagers was seen running from the vehicle on friday afternoon. >>> today, hundreds of gun rights activists are expected to descend on the national mall. organizers of the second amendment march want to remind lawmakers and fellow americans that it is their right to bare arms. the march
hice actualmente en maryland la tasa de participacion es de 71% en el estado vecina virginia es de 73 % y la tasa de baja participacion la tiene el distrito de columbia con un 66 % porciento lideres del subcomite latino del censo en montgomery quieren que mas hispanos participen para obtener mas beneficios publicos el indice de respuesta es decir la respuesta de la comunidad en langley park es muy baja y entonces queremos que la gente entienda y queremos mandar un mensaje porque langley park es una comunidad latina queremos que afuera nos mire que langley park respondioy por eso estamos haciendo todo el esfuerzo desde el condado para que la comunidad entienda que estamos ahim con ellos la campaÑa de enviar el cuestionario del censo por correo termina el dia de maÑana pero apartir del 1ero de mayo las oficinas del censo contempla enviar a miles de encuestadores a los hogares donde no pudieron contestar el cuestionario a tiempo con la finalidad de que todos los estadunidenses sean contados en langley park maryland jose angel aguirre univision <
of virginia under a freeze warning from 1:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. on monday. i know the growing season is already started in these areas. so definitely not good news for the vegetation and the plants out there. and we have a frost advisory as well. just to the west of the metro area for prince william county, loudoun included in this as well and this is also from 1:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m. on monday morning where we're going for see our temperatures just dip way down into the 30s. and with clear skies from a ridge of high pressure and light winds, we're looking at patchy frost through these areas as well so do take heed. tomorrow morning will be brisk and on the chilly side. today highs some 8 to 10 degrees cooler than we should have been. we'll be warmer tomorrow, however. but as we start out the day, you're really going to feel the chill of things. make sure the kids heading out are dressed warm in the morning. 48 degrees at dulles. 46 degrees at baltimore. up the mid-atlantic temperatures in the 40s and 50s as well. we have clear skies as a ridge of high pressure continues to build in. our over
's our next stop, it appears to be smooth sailing from father hurley to the smith. next we have virginia 66 heading eastbound. you are clear through manassas to centreville. we are watching 395 northbound. drivers are moving at speed past duke street and the pentagon in to dc, crossing the 14th street bridge and we will wrap it up with a report of an accident going northbound on 95 at the fairfax county parkway exit. andrea, back to you. >>> students at dc's shawn middle school are returning to class for the first time since their principal was found murdered in his home last thursday. montgomery county detectives have been working the case throughout the weekend. kristin fisher is live outside of the school with more. >> reporter: officials have been keeping quiet in the investigation of the death of brian betts. they have spent hours combing the house for clues but the break was on saturday morning when police found principal brian betts' suv parked behind a children's ministry. his vehicle was discovered by this neighbor. >> i noticed the vehicle and asked one of my neighbor's whose v
southbound, things are slowing down from 118 germantown road to 370, no incidents. 66, hey, virginia, heading eastbound looks like your delay between 234 and route 28 and route 50 to 123. 495 in virginia. we take it to the maps and show you the wilson bridge to the american legion. nice, green and clean. we are moving at speed. construction is completely out of the way. 395, it is a slow ride from duke to seminary. all right crossing the bridge so far. back to you. >>> at the top of the hour, we begin with the latest on the crisis in overseas travel. we have learned in the last 90 minutes england will send out the royal navy to retrieve people stranded by the volcano in iceland. thick ash is keeping flights growned across europe. government leaders are meeting to decide whether to reopen air face space. it poses a risk to aircraft. airlines have done tests and say things are safe. they are facing pressure from the thousands of people now stuck in airport terminals for nearly a week. >>> more than a dozen international flights out of dulles airport were cancelled on sunday and will be probably
. >>> virginia marked the start of the week with a number of events across the state. governor bob mcdonald said he is moving forward with efforts to conserve 400,000 of open space helping to protect the chesapeake pay and stake virginia as a green job zone. the republican leader is urging state residents to join him in conserving. >> what a change this past weekend. we were freezing at a baseball game yesterday the wind doesn't help. that's what made it uncomfortable. in the sun out of the wind would have been okay. milder tomorrow. you're going to like that. >> we're looking at a midweek storm system. we'll talk more about that. we're in pretty good shape tonight and tomorrow. here's your forecast first. the next three days sunshine tomorrow. maybe not as crystal clear as today. and rain and showers develop on wednesday. low 60s and back to sunshine on thursday with temperatures in the mid-60s. tonight look for clear skies and chilly. low temperatures 39 to 49. winds out of the north at about 10:00 and so the winds aren't going to become much a factor after the sun goes down. we're looking at
week. >> good to be back. it was cold this morning. scattered frost through central virginia and the central shenandoah valley all melted off quickly. now with the bright april sun, a beautiful blue sky. live view from the sky watcher camera. temperatures into the 50s now and it's in the low to mid 50s not only in washington but prince george's county, arlington, montgomery counties into the mid 50s. it's cooler right on the bay where there's a bit of a breeze on the bay, especially on the eastern side. winds making it feel quite chilly there. inland well into the 50s. the mountains bottomed out in the 30s there this morning. mid 50s throughout much of virginia and southeastern virginia. mid 50s. a clear sky will be with us throughout the rest of the day with high pressure over the region. so a sunny mild afternoon, not as breezy as it was over the weekend. still a bit of a blustery wind out of the northwest as highs climb into the mid 60s. we'll look at the weekend coming up in a few minutes. barbara. >> thank you. >>> and now steve hirschhorn has an update on our midday tra
, virginia. no arrests have been made. >>> tomorrow students at one d.c. school will head back to class for the first time since their principal was murdered. brian betts was found shot to death in his silver spring home. he was a popular principal at d.c.'s shaw middle school. grieving students will head back to class this week. they found his suv on 4th street in southeast. witnesses say they saw four young men running from that vehicle but so far police have not made any arrests or named any suspects. >>> we're following another big story tonight. soot and ash are still spewing miles into the air from the volcano in iceland. it's forced airports from ireland to ukraine to close. 20,000 more flights were canceled today stranding millions of travelers all over the world. here in our area at dulles international airport, hundreds of passengers are frustrated. as fox 5's karen gray houston tells us, they just want to get home. >> reporter: some of these passengers stranded at the marriott this is as close to a plane they're going to get for now and possibly the next few days. it was a mi
the potomac in virginia several dozen people armed with weapons will hold a protest march at bradley point. if the group says it intends to be the first to hold a gun demonstration at a national park. >>> americans are losing faith in the government. 80% of people say they don't trust washington to solve the nation's problems. 22% say they can trust the government. nearly half say the government has a negative effect on their daily lives. most participants say washington is too big and powerful and interferes excessively and state and local matters. >> 15 years ago today one of the deadliest terror attacks on u.s. soil took place. 168 people were killed when timothy mcveigh exploded truck bomb outside the federal building in oklahoma city. survivors, family members, and hundreds of others will commemorate the anniversary. the ceremony will begin shortly before the time the bomb went off on april 19, 1995. >> hard to believe its 15 years. coming up, some good news for frequent fliers. carry on charges will not be the new norm for most major carriers. >> also, cutting congestion on one of ou
. through central virginia and into the central shenandoah valley, temperatures a couple degrees above freezing. lower valleys may have patchy frost. right around washington no frost. mid 40s in prince george's county, montgomery, fairfax counties now in the low 40s. low 40s northern shenandoah valley and around the panhandle of west virginia and eastern shore. view from space shows a clear skies here and we'll have lots of sunshine this morning and by later on this afternoon we should be warming up into the mid 60s with a diminishing wind. it's been blustery over the weekend. likely we'll make it into the mid 40s by dawn tomorrow. should be clear. and then a mostly sunny day on tuesday. again, highs reaching mid 60s and then on wednesday, we'll have morning lows in the upper 40s. afternoon highs mid 60s. quite a bit of cloudiness on wednesday. a small chance of a few sprinkles and partly sunny. highs mid 60s. let's check on traffic for this monday morning. how is it looking? >> welcome back, tom. let's look at the inner loop from the american legion bridge to i-270 overnight road work
to talk with bill nye, the science guy. >>> american's rights to carry their guns. in virginia, they're showing up in a national park, packing heat, legally. as a result of president obama signing a law to allow visitors to carry weapons in national parks. in washington, d.c., they're showing up without guns. they can't carry firearms in the city limits, but they want to change that. >> reporter: we have a protest where people are allowed to carry guns. here in the district where they have stricter gun laws, they can't. as for a noontime rally, it's a pretty good sized gathering. several hundred people. many from around the country coming here to send a message that they're not going to allow their rights to be taken away and that they're going to exercise their rights to free speech. across the river in virginia, people are carrying firearms, but are being very safe about it. they are going through inspections and have to put little plastic tags on their firearms to show whether they're loaded. they're carrying arm bands to show they've taken safety lessons. these advocates say they
be a ticket to come back. >> virginia residents are already $8,000 in the hole and they have not even left home. >> not the kind of person that can absorb $8,000 and shrug it off. >> they planned for more than one year to celebrate their 25th anniversary. the airline canceled their flights and the cruise line said the only way they get their money back is if the crossing was called off. >> this is the worst air traffic destruction ever and they cannot make an allowance for that? i do not get it. >> the flight ban is expected to be lifted tomorrow in britain. they hope to book on another flight but they did not have any luck because all of the flights are already sold out. pamela brown, abc 7 news. >> what a mess. many military flights are being affected. wounded soldiers cannot be flown to europe so they are taking a 20 overflight across the pacific to enters the air force base in maryland. three have already landed. >>> frostburg state student accused in a deadly weekend shooting. tyrone hall shot ellis hartridge at a party.etts -- and brandon carroll at a party. >>> police say that she a
virginia, hoping her flight to norway would still be flying. it is not, and her new flight is eight days away. >> they do not know if they at any hotels and the other night. >> all he wants to do is check out of his d.c. hotel and get to paris in time to beat his wife in time for their wedding anniversary and his 85th birthday next week -- time to meet his wife. >> i want to go. >> millions of flights have been grounded. >> you cannot get through. you cannot get through germany. there is just no way out. >> an airliner taxiing after a test flight to amsterdam. several test flights throughout the day, and none reported problems due to the volcanic ash. and there is no word on what will happen for the flights on monday. the decision will not be made until monday, based on the air quality in europe. it will be 7 to 10 days or more before all of the stranded passengers worldwide are able to get to the destinations they are trying to get to. this is costing the airlines an estimated $200 million per day. kris van cleave, abc7 news. >>> travel restrictions kept president obama and several othe
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sunshine. that will warm things up. this morning low temperatures around 30 degrees in virginia piedmont. that looks to be the story again tomorrow. certainly today with the clouds around, high temperatures struggled to get to upper 50s. the scene today was lots of folks enjoying their sunday but dressing a little warmer. they didn't put the heavy coat away just yet. it is mid april. this isn't too uncommon. everybody bundled up a bit today. nice breeze made it feel chilly. high temperature only 59 at national airport, the low 41 this morning. this was the coldest morning since march 28th. it has been a few weeks. back then 38 was our low. tomorrow we are talking about widespread 30s across the area. local areas down in virginia piedmont, towards shan n s shen valley. to the north cooler in the low 50s. that cold air mass was in full force today. it is going to start lift out of near the next 24 to hours. current check on the temperatures from mid 40s to 50. fairly uniform. the breeze out there is mixing up the atmosphere. once the winds go caleratures w. the clouds were around today. yo
.c., but look at hargstown and elkins, west virginia at 33. we had some freeze warnings down through the shenandoah valley. tonight, going into tomorrow morning, frost advisory for the shenandoah valley. then up north in pennsylvania. that just means that some of the tender vegetation, some of the plant, nowers that have already started coming up with the growing season, could suffer just a little bit of damage. so folks west and north will be covering those up. high pressure across the area. that's why we've got the clear skies throughout the area. as the high pressure moves east we're going to keep the clear skies around. the wind should start to settle. those clouds will stay south until week. 66 degrees is our current temperature. richmond at 66 and raleigh, close to 70 degrees. lines for coastal techologies, your low was at 4. and the low temperature at haymarket was at 43 degrees. so it's going to be just as cool overnight. across the flags's midsection, no high heat, no cold temperatures either. it's like spring everywhere. the next low pressure for us to bring us rain come mi
the heat at the loaded gun rally. this one is on the banks of the potomac in nearby virginia. the protest site near d.c. is the closest you can get to the city and still legally carry a gun. meantime guns are not allowed at the second amendment march within the city limits because of d.c.'s ban on handguns. tracie potts is live at the second amendment march. tracie, tell us what's going on right now. >> reporter: monica, two different events in the d.c. area. the rally over in virginia and this one. i'm going to pan off and show you what's going on here. we're on the national mall near the washington monument. this is a second amendment march. it started as a march. it's more of a rally. we've got several dozen people here, maybe a couple hundred. is an all day event supporting and protecting second amendment gun rights. these are people from all over the country who say this nation needs to make sure that people who live here can responsibly carry guns. now, there are no guns at this rally, because it's in d.c. and d.c. bans firearms. quite frankly, they have been very adamant about the
at the land over metro stop, only left lane getting through. inbound out of virginia across the cre bridge and toward georgetown, lanes are open, traffic flowing inbound as well as off of canal road and making your trip toward 29 in virginia. no other problems to report. laborers are open on the gw parkway leaving the beltway from the american legion bridge past the c.i.a. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. >>> well more now on a big story we're following this morning. forecasters tell sky news an ash cloud could hit the canadian coast later today. it's part of the same volcanic ash that has wreaked havoc on air travel to and from a large part of europe. but icelandic forecasters say a new ash plume is lower and poses less of a threat to the aircraft. for more on the effects and the ash left behind, we are joined by geologist marianne garr fonty. thank you for joining us today. >> you're welcome. >> and does this mean it's safe for flights to take off now? >> well the flights are still not going through the ash cloud regardless of what level the wind has taken it to. but if it'
. transportation projects all over virginia are being audited right now. governor mcdonnell commissioned four independent audits to see if the state is using the best practices to deal with transportation issues. he says the audits will look at planning, maintenance, research and public private projects. the governor's office says the audits are expected to cost less than $500,000. >>> >>> if you haven't been outside lately you need to get out there. it is another gorgeous day out there. >> wait until the news is over. it will be a nice evening, too. a spring summer like day. just gorgeous. >> these are the somedays we don't get enough of. not too hot or chilly. last night we had a chilly start in -- and there were areas of frost and tonight we will have to watch for that again. that is a heads up for gardensers. the rest of us will be fine. we drop to 32 degrees last night at dulles. but it is so nice. we rebounded beautifully this afternoon. check out dulles at 68. we probably notice the breeze a little bit and still gusts to 20 but the winds will get lighter as we go through the evening ho
are not afraid to recognize -- to exercise them. >> just across the potomac river in virginia, gun owners made a statement and did not have to say a word, but they did anyway. >> i am here today in support of my constitution. >> i think that guns in the hands of trained law-abiding citizens are excellent things. >> they believe washington is chipping away at their constitutional rights. >> we are coming to fire you this fall. we do not want you foworking he. >> for the first time, fireworks were all -- firearms rollout on park grounds. -- firearms were allowed on park grounds. washington's gun ban has been whittled down by the supreme court and the gun-control fight has all but fallen off the radar screen. gratz gun advocates do not have anything to fear right now. they should be celebrating rather than being concerned. >> but these protesters say they are not letting down their guard and not giving up their guns without a fight. once the nation's murder capital has long been ground zero and the fight rages on. >> here is what is coming your way at 5:30 p.m. >> a four-alarm fire over the weeke
in virginia, 395 northbound leaving duke street continuing up towards seminary road. all lane are open. earlier disabled vehicle that we had in the roadway has cleared. kenilworth avenue still blocked off because of emergency roadwork. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> our top story this morning, as police piece together clues in the murder of a d.c. principal, his staff and students go back to work today. >> a coworker went to brian betts' home last week when he didn't show up for work. they found he had been shot to death. michelle rhee recruited him to take over the consolidated shaw and garnet middle schools. students say his murder leaves an unimaginable void. >> he has always helped us with our grades, always been around happy. and for something like this to happen out of nowhere. >> my staff would come back from a visit at the school and say that place is alive. the kids love being there. the adults love being there. it is such a positive place to be and that is a huge testament to the work that he did. >> still no word this morning on suspects or a motive in the
the river to virginia to what organizers called a restore the constitution rally. it was held in national parkland along the potomac in virginia so that those attending could bring their firearms. it was an honest crowd and many were quick to label those as the fringe element. whatever you call them, their disaffection was very real. >> a pump shotgun. the primary i guess you call it home defense weapon. because with a shotgun, you can neutralize a threat, although i hope i never have to do that. what people miss is that obama has outpushed bush in, you know, kind of the disdain for the constitution. i think he's carried on the negative policies of bush. we are still overseas, and the president said that he was going to bring our troops home. and that has not happened. >> hillary clinton announced at the beginning of the year that she was going to work with the u.n. on the small arms treaty. so assuming that passes, they're going to find some way to -- to logistically get around the constitution to take away the right to bear arms. >> have you always felt that way in terms of frustration
to pass thrute carolinas and parts of virginia . a little rain may get through to the north. further east in europe, the volcano continues to push ash into the atmosphere. the jet stream has been traveling north. we'll sink further south. eventually, this storm will move out of spain and france out of europe clearing the atmosphere. things might be improving. tomorrow could be questionable, especially for thrite that's would have the potential to run into this stuff. back home here, temperature wise tonight. readings falling down into the 30's. down near freezing in some cases. the forecast puts us in the rain in baltimore and around the area. mid 30's to around p.o. 40 degrees. some patchy frost possible. very light, 2- miles an hour there are frost and freeze warnings out because of the expected cold conditions. 62-66 tomorrow. right about formal for this time of year. sunny skies. the future cast are high and dry with plenty of sun. here is that storm passing to our south. depen, maybe a shower would get this far north on wednesday. the highest rin chance coming our way. 64 tomorrow, 6
and virginia to fight for their second amendment rights. this rally will be to fall. it will promote the right to bear arms. not everyone agrees. what do not put us in the category of the best and belize. we are everyday citizens protecting our rights and families. -- do not put us in the category of boletullies. >> believes all in their bodies. -- bullets all in their bodies. > >> president obama is preparing to sell this plan to overhaul what street. we have details from our washington newsroom. >> we do not know when or where the president is going, but we do know why. the white house continued its hard sell on wall street reform. president hitting the road and hoping to win over enough republican senators to get the bill passed. >> if he can convince americans that this is looking out for the little guy, he cannot win. >> it has the teeth to prevent another financial meltdown. >> it is about the financial security of all americans. >> it would govern the derivatives market and establish a consumer protection agency. a $50 billion fund to liquidate troubled banks. >> regardless of how the m
of budget cuts. 90% of road maintenance funding has been cut. virginia lawmakers have made cuts to education, public safety, and health care. >>> gun rights supporters will hold two demonstrations today. the second amendment march will take place at the washington monument and dozens of people armed with weapons will gather at a park in virginia. we will be back with another news update at 7:56. for continuous news coverage, tune in to our sister station, news channel 8. doug mcelway, alison starling, and meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather. people know a lot about kim. they know she does her own make up. ♪ she can not set up a music stand... oh, they know that she always forgets where she puts her "magic wand"... but when she finds it, she makes magic happen. ♪ [ kim ] people know a lot of things about me, but no one needs to know about my condition. and thanks to depend®, they don't. [ female announcer ] now the best protection also comes in new prints and colors. >>> 3-d movies are all the rage right now. "how to train your dragon" took the box office this weekend. could the n
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're stuck in the middle because of what's going on. it's been especially hard for one virginia couple stuck in amsterdam. they have four kids under the age of 9 years old and all at home waiting for mom and dad to get there. >> reporter: what was supposed to be a few days in europe to visit family is now going on two weeks. sadness, separation and a lot of internet skyping for the pattersons of midlothian. parents jen and steve are among millions stranded. >> our flight tomorrow is canceled because the stuff in the air is too dangerous. >> i'm dying to see you guys. this is the hardest thing mommy has ever done. you are the bravest kids in the world. i love you so much. i know that you're being so loved and taken care of there. >> reporter: a grandmother had been watching the children. >> mommy is making a funny face. can you make a funny face to mommy? >> reporter: now friends are pitching in. >> the kids run out today after your mom gets here and john will moe the grass. >> how is it looking? >> a little rough. >> reporter: even rougher for them, the anxiety of being apart. the family spe
front royal, virginia, on the democrat's line. caller: yes. what people need to do is look in the bible and it tells you what is going to happen, ezekiel 38 and 39, it tells you exactly what is going to happen. host: 10 more minutes of your calls. venezuela -- china's $20 billion bolster of chavez. inside i will show you a little bit of the article of where the money is going toward venezuela. china bolsters hugo chavez with a credit of $20 billion -- and a picture of the chinese representative meeting with hugo chavez over the weekend. mr. travis said it will be used for highways and other projects and will be repaid with crude -- mr. chavez said it will be used for highways and other products -- projects. southboro, in massachusetts. peter on the independent line. caller: i don't understand all of the attention that is given to iran, given that iran has never attacked anyone. we overthrew the newly elected government in 1953. we supported iraq in the suit -- in the war against iran and hence we ended up with saddam hussein. yet someone like israel has nuclear weapons has attacked leba
the end of the month. well, for example, one couple from virginia was in europe. what was supposed to be just a few days, but now that's turned into two weeks. >> our flight tomorrow was canceled. >> oh. >> so because the stuff in the air is just too dangerous. >> i am just dying to see you guys. this is the hardest thing mommy's ever done. you guys are the bravest kids in the world. i love you so much. >> love you, too. >> you're just so loved and being taken care of there. >> aw, see those little faces looking at their mom and dad on skype. well, the weather is constantly changing the amount of ash that's concentrated over europe's flight paths. let's go to meteorologist bonnie schneider in for bob this morning for a little more on that angle of the story. what do you think? >> robin, i think that it looks better today than it did saturday and sunday. here's why. looking at our flight explorer across much of europe, what you're seeing are these blue xs. that's where we have transponders not picking up any activity. where you see the yellow planes, that's where we are seeing activ
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, a virginia couple stranded in the netherland's by europe's air travel shutdown is using every means possible to stay in touch with their kids who are back home. four children, all under the age of 9. tonight, cnn's sarah lee has our report. >> reporter: what was supposed to be a few days in europe to visit family is now going on two weeks. sadness, separation, and a lot of internet skyping. >> i can't see! >> reporter: for the patersons of midlothian, virginia. parents jen and steve are among the millions stranded overseas because of the icelandic volcano eruption. >> our flight tomorrow is canceled, because the stuff in the air is just too dangerous. >> i'm just dying to see you guys. this is the hardest thing mommy's ever done. you guys are the bravest kids in the world. i love you so much. >> love you too. >> i know that you're being just so loved and taken care of there. >> reporter: a grandmother has been watching the children. >> look, mommy's making a funny face. can you make a funny face to mommy? >> reporter: but now friends are pitching in. >> we're good on milk. >> i can run out t
rights rally in northern virginia. i guess it makes them feel better. a couple hundred more protested without their guns on the national mall. hold it right there. here's the thing. why didn't they do this in the last eight years? why now? what has barack obama done? what have the democrats done? what have the liberals done? they don't even know why they're upset. government takeover of health care. is that it? wall street. okay, well figure this out. the democrats want to reel in wall street and the republicans are against it. where do these tea bag nut jobs stand on that one? former alabama minuteman leader mike vanderbow told the crowd armed confrontation should only be used when the government threatens people's lives but he left the door open for violence if people refuse arrest for refusing to buy health insurance. i can't believe i'm quoting this guy tonight. "if i know i'm not going to get a fair trial in federal court, i at least have the right to have an unfair gunfight." he's a smart one, isn't he? this is the same guy who advocated throwing bricks through windows to protes
killed an 18-year- old college student from front royal, virginia. police in houston, texas say gun fire erupted after a fight at a late-night party on saturday. freshman, joshua mcnickels died from a gunshot wound to the back. another student was shot in the ankle. >>> a student from our area has been charged with murder. investigators say 21-year-old tyrone hall shot two men during a confrontation yesterday morning. police say the shootings happened after a fight at an off-campus party. 20-year-old brandon carroll of waldorf, maryland died. 21-year-old ellis hartridge of washington was shot in the stomach but is expected to survive. >>> shaw middle school students return to school this morning for the first time since hearing word that their principal was found murdered in his silver spring home. kristin fisher has more now from northwest washington. >> reporter: it was a very emotional return to school for students and teachers right here at shaw middle school. when they arrived, they found this memorial to principal brian betts outside of the main entrance to the school. candles line
an extra day. this is mission control step of signing a virginia beach this morning. the next attempt will be shortly after sunrise tomorrow morning. if this will make it the astronauts seventh day in space. better weather is expected for tomorrow, but of clouds langer, nasa will drive for the backup landing site in california. still ahead, a day care centers are being more cautious these days. we will tell you what they're doing differently compared to grade schools. >> and the sun is shining brightly. high pressure is in control today. later this week, there will be a change. i will break it down for you. right now, low 60s already. if the winds coming from the if the winds coming from the northwest ♪ >> in consumer alert, toyota agrees to pay a fine of more than $16 million, stemming from the defect in its vehicles. it was pleased because the government says toyota delayed on telling them about sticking gas pedals. the a maker agreed to pay a but denies the allegation that it violated the law. a transportation official says toyota wanted to avoid contesting it in court. the gover
stuck in the 40s yesterday. most of the mid-atlantic again 50s to 60s in southeast virginia, but this morning we are down to about 40 in baltimore. we've got some 30s on the west side and we've got ourselves a clear sky and maybe some patchy frost this morning. a lot of attention for fellow runners up toward new england because the big boston maryland and patriots day. under the influence of a strong storm in the north atlantic that has kept most of the mid-atlantic very chilly. those winds could carry some showers for them and a cold wind for race time. that's going to carry some of those clouds down south. clouds could try to build into baltimore and north eastern maryland by 4:00 this afternoon. we get a shift of the wind and it could feel cooler late in the day. we'll have a dry, mild day tomorrow before the rain tries to race in here by wednesday. for today enjoy the sun. mid to late afternoon clouds and a guaranteed high of 64. clearing out tonight, not as chilly and tomorrow we begin a little improvement. we'll get back with a partly cloudy sky and a high of 68. >>> h
public safety. >>> survivors of the virginia tech massacre and the families of two students kill ready propertying congress to close the gun show loophole. in a full page ad they asked jim webb and mark warner to support a bill that will require private sellers to run background checks on buyers at gun shows. gun rights activists oppose the measure. >>> a crash killed two teenagers over the weekend and now family, friends and schools are mourning their loss. >> from all signs this appears to be a tragic accident. two men on the way home after running errands on saturday never made it. >> loved school and football he adored his family. 17-year-old travis stewart was guard and captain on the spotsylvania high football team. a junior and all-american teen with a passion for life. >> a positive child all the way around. just accepted god in his life he was an awesome child. >> reporter: taken away much too soon along with his best friend, 16-year-old terrell carroll. she says she two had been out on saturday running errands, mostly for other people. she said they finished watching a footba
temperatures drop down closer to what those temperatures are in oakland. over parts of northern virginia, they do have some frost advisories through the overnight. it looks like for us we'll see the cooler temperatures settling in and warmup from the west over the next few days. we have this area of low pressure with that counter clockwise spin over parts of maine bringing down showers over parts of massachusetts and upstate new york a got a little rain. that cool air was funneling down behind the area of low pressure. now that the clouds are breaking over the state, we'll continue to see temperatures drop relatively quickly through the next couple of hours. future scan shows dry conditions. clear skies for tomorrow. plenty of sunshine. looks like a beautiful day setting up for tuesday as well with dry conditions. giving us a chance for rumbles of thunder as temperatures increase. 64 degrees for you folks on the eastern shore with plenty of sunshine. folks in chestertown looking at a decent day. not as cool as today. 65 degrees around the central portion of the state. plent
, the rain in virginia and moving through parts of our area but lighter in and next chance of showers it could be heavier with the thunderstorms, too, that is coming from the next system out in the west, that is moving out of the south and it's driving up our way, the weekend into sunday. that's the way it is right now, but that is a way out, but we will have a chance to see things change there. eastern shore mostly clear skies, winds out of the northwest at 5-15 miles per hour, things are very quiet and comfortable. temperatures getting up to 64 for the central part of the state, northwest wind at 10-15 miles per hour, up to the we have, temperatures to 53 degrees and we will end up where we should be for this time of year. tonight seasonable, 43 for the overnight low, mainly clear skies, turned partly cloud owe overnight, northwest wind at 5-10 miles per hour. as we move through the day today, look for the temperatures to climb out of the 40s quickly and get to 60 degrees by noon. clear skies throughout the day, 62 at 6:00 p.m. after getting to a high of 64 at 2 or 3:00 this afterno
in deep southwestern virginia. nothing in maryland. clear, beautiful stuff. that will hold up here again through the day tomorrow. you can see the beginnings of our next unsettled weather maker coming our way. it is springing a few showers across kentucky and tennessee. in the meantime we are in a cool, dry pattern in the mid atlantic. it will hold up through tomorrow afternoon. clouds increase and chance of rain comes in on wednesday. forecast model high and dry tonight. tomorrow sunny skies. maybe a few thin clouds. here's the next weather maker. watch tuesday into wednesday. that moves in our direction. chance for showers wednesday afternoon and night. batch of cloud cover west of this storm. this is our next weather maker that comes in into the weekend. weekend looks like there could be rain around. 42 tonight mostly clear. tomorrow beautiful day. milder. we should struggle close to 70. 68 bwi marshall. downtown 70. tomorrow night down to 45 as clouds thicken up. seven-day forecast chance for rain begins to come in late wednesday. that will hang around through part of the day. then w
a full recovery. >>> family and friends are mourning the loss of a student from front royal, virginia. 18-year-old joshua died after being shot at a party near texas southern university in houston where he was a freshman. police are still looking for the shootner this case. >> a local communityç')jr' mourning today after two teenagers were killed in an assistant. the van they were in hit a tree. both teens later tied from their injuries.xd . >>> gun activists say they need to remind the government that they have a constitutional right to bear arms. they held rallies today in washington and nourn virginia to protest what they describe as the government's intent to take away their firearms and their rights. at one event,Ñi participants brought guns to emphasize their point. here's news 4's brian mooar. >> reporter: not far from the u.s. capitol, two rallies, and one message by supporters of gun rights to their government. >> we have the first and second amendment right for a reason and we're not afraid to exercise them. >> reporter: in washington a series of speeches. >> just across the r
the direction the nation is going in. joel brown reports for wjz, from arlington, virginia, with more on the protests. >> reporter: these protestors are armed and want washington to take notice. >> the people are making an awful lot of noise. and they're not listening. >> they brought this handgunthat will restore the constitution. >> government is becoming tiran cal. there is a second amendment. it is for a reason. >> reporter: if they demonstrate with firearms. since congress passed a law, allowing people to carry guns in the park. the rally isn't just about gun rights. the demonstrators are angry about a wide range of government policies. from healthcare to the bank bailout. >> we're here to enforce the constitution. bring us back to it. and hopefully in november, we'll see major changes in washington. >> the virginia side of the potomac river is the closest gun laws would allow these demonstrators to get to where they most want their message heard. the white house and capitol hill. >> critics worry that guns in rallies can lead to violence. >> it seems like they're sort of a defen
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